We asked you to share your deepest, darkest social media confessions with us; things that you have done and things that have been done to you. Here is a selection of some of the entries we received.
A woman’s journey, told through cell phones.
I'm a 30-year-old woman who isn't looking for love. This is not quite a response to, but inspired by, Becca Rothfeld’s essay “Ladies in Waiting.”
The summer I turned 25, I gained a firsthand education into personal and anonymous cyberstalking after being featured in a Breitbart article.
A lone whiner dives into a sea of selfie-enthusiasts to explore the world of solo photos.
Revisiting letters from students to a Holocaust survivor in the wake of Trump’s travel ban.
Becky Haines shares her side to the story of how a retweeted photograph led to the resignation of Nebraska State Senator Bill Kintner.
Trump's executive order is not just political, it's personal.
An open letter to the 45th president of the United States.
An interview with one of the directors behind the upcoming female-driven horror anthology “XX.”